Top Paw Dog Boots
We have a 55 pound Labradoodle who hates to get her paws wet or when snow gets matted between her toes. These worked pretty well for us most of the time. They stayed on well enough for going outside to do her business or for short walks. Occasionally one would fall off if she was walking in deep snow or if she was running. But for our purposes they worked really well. We purchased from the store and were able to use the sizing chart on the back to pick the right size for her. She has pretty small paws and skinny legs for her size and actually ended up with a size smaller than we originally thought!
June 1, 2014
They don't stay in place.. Dog ca. Easily unfasten Them. Not a very good product.
May 29, 2014
Not bad for quick potty breaks
Large size boots are easy to put on and off a 65 pound dog, they have a big opening until the strap is secured, and once the strap is secured they will stay on for a trip out to the yard to get potty business done. The dog is fussy about the spot if you know what I mean, and can only stay out a couple minutes at zero degrees without the boots. She will stay out much longer with the boots and get the potty business done. We only use them for this specific purpose and they are great for that potty trip out to the yard. I would not attempt walks with these boots as they can get twisted around a bit and the soles are not that durable. There are better boots out there but they tend to be much harder to put on the dog due to the small openings the paws need to go thru on the better boots. These boots are very easy to put on and off the dog, even over dew claws.
February 1, 2014
The only boots that fit and stay on Skylers feet.
January 21, 2014